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dinner your family looks forward to. choose johnsonville, america's favorite italian sausage. brand power. helping you buy better. >> if your self-esteem could use a boost, but try getting on facebook. researchers at cornell university say that looking at facebook appears to give a great ego boost our best foot forward on line -- we tend to put our best foot forward online. friendly competition between one count's pizza shops took an ugly turn. the owners of a pizzeria in philadelphia are facing charges. police say he tried to infect two other pizza restaurants with mice. he was spotted coming in to use the bathroom. >> after i checked, i saw footprints on the toilet seat. i opened it up and that is what i saw the back of mice. -- bag of mice. >> he dumped more mice into another pizza shop. he says he was just getting even and that they put mice in his store. they deny and he is charged with mischief and cruelty >> tonight at 5:00, finding love and no matter what. the desire to connect despite the odds. we will show you where people with challenges go to find others to understand. tonight
steam when a drastic dressing room at "good morning, america." he apologized during an appearance on bet 106 and park. abc news says the singer smashed a window in his dressing room after he was asked about the 2009 beating of his then girlfriend rihanna. >> when we did this event everything was cool. we were supposed to perform and the talking points were positive. as the interview proceeded it was thrown off, i was thrown off. they told us this so they could get a summer show, they exploited me. >> abc says chris brown was aware and told -- was told his past would be brought up an interview. the network is not pressing charges. the president's >>> is back from being out of town but it looks like someone forgot to tell the white house staff. he returned early yesterday from latin america and a look at that, if he has trouble opening the door leading into the oval office. apparently, someone left the door locked. the commander in chief headed for another set of doors that are partially hidden. locked up safe, still ahead steve rudin is back with a final look at the weather. you... don't
one big announcement about his plans. >>> when i was elected to this office, america imported 11 million barrels of oil a day. by a little more than a decade from now we will have cut that by 1/3. [applause] that is something we can achieve it. >> he said the situation in japan and libya make it clear that america as to focus on cleaner-burning and safer deals altogether. >>> new developments on the crisis in libya. the president of uganda says libyan leader moammar khaddafi can take refuge in his country. it appears to be the first offer of asylum for the dictator. gaddafi refuses to step down. the u.s. is formally handed over control of the libyan conflict to nato. gop leaders want a clear explanation of the u.s. goals in libya. and >> if gaddafi dozen leak, how long will nato be there to enforce a no-fly zone? >> there could be legitimate transfer of arms if a country were to choose to do that. >> the gaddafi forces are advancing, driving rebels out of his hometown of surt. more tomahawk cruise missiles were launched over the night. >>> anti-government protests continued to sp
remain divided over america's engagement in libya. >> this is the most model definition of an operation probably in u.s. history. >> i think the president has been quite clear in terms of what the military mission is. and that's one of the reasons why we can take the position of no boots being on the ground. >> the u.s. military scaling back its involvement in libya the debate on whether to arm the rebels is heightening. in response to that issue secretary gates said if there is going to be that kind of assistance, and there are plenty of sources to do it -- then there are plenty of sources other than the u.s. to do that. >>> the nuclear crisis in japan is greeting big concerns about the food supply. officials are testing soil to see if spring farming can begin. so far 99 tested to products have turned up with some of radioactivity. here in the u.s., trace amounts of radiation have turned up in milk samples. the fda says those levels do not represent a public health threat. >>> the u.s. military is sending a marine unit to japan in response to the nuclear crisis. they are expected to ar
in for a woman who was her life heart and dustup. >> elizabeth taylor, who first captured america's heart in the movies in a " national velvet." and she went on to star in more than 50 movies. many would become memorable classics, like "the giant," "and who's afraid of virginia woolf." she won the academy award twice. but her real life was more dramatic than the movies. she was already married and divorced by age 18. she was a widow by age 26. and controversial for her affair and mayors to the girl next door's has been eddie fisher. she also married twice to richard burton. she also married senator john warner of virginia. she was often in poor health and later went on to go public with her addiction to alcohol and drugs. >> i consumed inordinate amounts of alcohol. >> but she proved a set a businesswoman. after the loss of friend rock hudson to aids, she became one of the world's leading voices in the fight against the disease. elizabeth taylor's children released a statement today saying that their mother was an extraordinary woman who lived life to the fullest. the family is planning a
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cannot wait to see that tonight on "20/20." and stay with us for [music playing] america's beverage companies are working together to put more information right up front... adding new calorie labels to every single can, bottle, and pack they produce... so you can make the choice that's right for you. >>> get ready for blastoff. like you have never seen it before. nasa has released a series of videos that capture the shuttle discovery's final trip into space from the outside. this was from last week. six different cameras attached to the two rocket boosters at liftoff. incredible. one captures the launch and another records shots of the rapid moves. as one plunges you under water. and in the booster as a crash landing into the ocean. isn't that amazing? >> that is really cool. >> they are still up there at the international space station. it is amazing what you can see. >> it shows you the different steps of how it breaks apart. >> do they retrieve that? >> i believe they do. otherwise that would be fun for someone to find. i could be wrong about that. i think i remember the teacher
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